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Cross and Crown Blocks are Simple to Construct!

Blues and tans come together in an inviting quilt to enjoy anywhere around the home. It’s perfect for snuggling with while reading or otherwise enjoying chilly afternoons and evenings.





Plus, it will be wonderful in many other color combinations. Red and tan will be lovely, as will your favorite color theme.

Crossing Point Quilt Pattern

While the quilt looks complex, it’s really quite easy to construct. Squares and half-square triangles make up the interesting design. Speed construction by making 8 half-square triangles at a time (instructions here).

Crossing Point Quilt Pattern

The finished quilt, designed by Karen Witt of Reproduction Quilts, is 66-1⁄2″ square.

Click here for the free “Crossing Point” quilt pattern.

 

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